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Our Mission

To promote and foster the health and well-being
of individuals and/or families who grieve for the physical or emotional loss of a child.

PLANT A TREE

A living, growing reminder of your loved one

Plant a tree to the memory of your loved one that they may always be amongst us as a part of of "our everliving forest", where they continue to live as well as in our memories.

BRICK PATHWAY

Always remembered 

Know that their name remains a living memory both for you and for all who walk our paths and many who have suffered a similar loss that they may continue to live in our hearts and memories.

COMMEMORATIVE BENCH

Commemorating your loved-one

May those who stop to rest while visiting our park know the beauty of the life of your loved one however short while they enjoy the richness of nature to be found here at ICMP

The ICMP Legacy Sculpture

There is a light that shines beyond all things on earth, beyond us all, beyond the heavens, beyond the highest, the very highest heavens. This is the light that shines in our hearts.
from the Chandogya Upanishad


SCULPTOR:  Julie Glaspy
With deep appreciation  to Bill and Myra MacLean, founders of the International Childrens' Memorial Place

What is Happening at ICMP

See what is happening in and around ICMP and get an overview of what people are saying in the News. 

A VIDEO TOUR OF THE INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S MEMORIAL PLACE

Join our Forum

Join the conversation on our online Forum. Talk to others who have sufferesd a similar loss. 

Why Walk the Labyrinth?

On June 13th. 2010 a dedication ceremony to officially open the "Labyrinth of Life and Love" took place at The International Children's Memorial Place. A labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool, found in various forms in all religious traditions around the world and throughout history
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The pattern of our ICMP “turf” Labyrinth was constructed from a design by Lea Goode-Harris, PhD. It is called the Santa Rosa Labyrinth, and is a seven circuit variation of the medieval labyrinth in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France (created in about 1200AD)Presently, on PEI, this is the only Labyrinth open to the public. Why walk the labyrinth? A labyrinth can be used for many purposes including prayer and meditation, working through issues, quieting the mind and stress reduction, self-knowledge and insights, celebration of people or events and team building,

Walking the path can provide insights, courage, and understanding in facing life’s challenge. What happens in the labyrinth may be symbolic of what is happening in your real world.



CONTACT US

If you would like information about the International Childrens' Memorial Place
or if you have suffered the loss of a child we invite you to contact us.

info@icmplace.ca




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Telephone:

Mait & Anne MacIsaac902.569.2602
Bill & Myra MacLean902.436.3077
ICMP Rogers House902.887.2530



Mailing Address:


ICMP

PO Box 159

Summerside, PE C1N 4Y8




Location:


2115 Scales Pond

South Freetown, PEI

C0B 1L0



Our Board of Directors

Our site is available to the public from May 1st to September 30th. We look forward to your visit.


We, the Board of Directors for ICMP, are working diligently to develop the International Children’s Memorial Place for your use. We encourage you to contact us if you require our services, site or would like to make a donation of time or money. We are also interested in hearing from you if you have suggestions for projects applicable to our aims.

Mait MacIsaacpresident
Anne MacIsaacsecretary
Mike & Jean Sullivantreasurer
Judy Gallanttrees
Dave Blanchardbricks
Gus Houston
Dennis Hopping
Bill MacLean
Nancy Estey
Krista Silliker
Heather Carver
Ron Barrett
Leonard Arsenault
Shirley McCourt